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Goshen Fire Co. awards emergency equipment grant – Daily Local

Westchester – Gosen firefighters officially accepted a $ 48,000 energy transfer grant yesterday. This made it possible to purchase equipment to improve the ministry’s firefighting capabilities. Energy Transfer is one of the nation’s largest and most diverse energy logistics companies with approximately 3,000 miles of pipeline infrastructure and gathering systems …

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Local Karate Kid Wins National Championship – Daily Local

Claire Wesolowski is looking for gold in August. The National Champion is a fourth grade student at Springton Manor Elementary School in Downingtown. WALLACE – With balance comes clarity. Victory. Claire Wesolowski, 9, a resident of Wallace Township, mastered key martial arts principles this summer as a taekwondo student. She …

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The community is asking the police for a response. Palestinian Authority soldier accused of child abuse. Phillies lose to O’s and advance to playoff – Daily Local

Hello. Here are some of the best stories from the region. weather situation Another cool day and Monday repeats itself. Maximum temperatures reach around 81 degrees Celsius and should be well lit throughout the day. click here Check your local weather forecast. new Chester residents demand transparency, investigation into suspicion …

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New York City Monument-Daily Local

In the more indelible image that appeared on September 11, 2001, there was a scene where two planes collided with the North Tower and the South Tower of the World Trade Center. Still images and video footage of planes flying towards the Twin Towers are the first images of an …

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Longwood Gardens and Kennett Middle School help PHS program tackle food insecurity – Daily Local

PHOTO SUBMITTED Students at Kennett Middle School display newly harvested radishes in the school’s new raised garden program. Longwood Gardens and Kennett Middle School’s Giving Gardens were among the major donors to the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) nonprofit harvest program. A total of 13,285 pounds of commodities were donated to …

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Residents affected by Hurricane Aida, disaster assistance available through the Small and Medium Business Administration – Daily Local

Washington – The catastrophic debris from Hurricane Aida continues to be cleaned up, and local business owners and landlords are still weighing the economic impact. Federal support is being provided through the Small and Medium Business Administration to businesses and eligible residents across the affected region after a severe storm …

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Holiday closures | Local News

Government and cities • Galveston County and federal courthouses will be closed on Monday. • Municipal offices in Galveston, Clear Lake Shores, Dickinson, Friendswood, Hitchcock, Jamaica Beach, Kemah, La Marque, League City, Santa Fe, Texas City and Tiki Island will be closed on Monday. • There will be no garbage …

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Several media serve Greeneville | Guide

The mix of local sources of community news and entertainment includes a daily newspaper, four radio stations, and two websites directly affiliated with local news organizations. Adams Publishing Group Inc. publishes The Greeneville Sun, the Greene County hometown newspaper and website. The newspaper has served Greene County since 1879. The …

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Sales Manager Peter Pravikoff Joins Peerceptiv Team | State

PITTSBURGH, August 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Peerceptiv, the leading peer learning and assessment platform for actively engaging students and deepening learning, announced the hiring of Pierre Pravikoff as vice president of sales. Mr. Pravikoff has decades of educational technology sales experience, having served as the Vice President of …

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Irina Shayk still dating Kanye West | Entertainment

Irina Shayk is still “dating a lot” Kanye West. The 35-year-old model – who has a four-year-old daughter Lea with her former partner Bradley Cooper – was recently romantically linked with rapper “Stronger” after being seen together in France last month, but it has been reported. this week they had …

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Casey applies for public transport | Local News

U.S. Senator Bob Casey, D-Pa., Announced Monday that he is seeking funding for a pair of Chester County rail projects and county public transportation funding. Casey has submitted a $ 2.4 million claim for the West Chester rail shuttle service to Middletown. The senator also filed for $ 8 million, …

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Britney Spears hires own lawyers | Entertainment

Britney Spears hired her own lawyers, with the aim of ending her guardianship. The 39-year-old singer recently requested the removal of her guardianship and she has reportedly reached out to lawyer and former federal prosecutor Mathew Rosengart to help him achieve his goal. According to TMZ, Britney signed a document …

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STR rules on the horizon for Madison | Local News

MADISON – Selectmen have officially decided to hire a company to inventory short-term rentals in town, and the police chief said the bylaws will likely be presented to voters at next year’s town hall meeting. On June 15, Madison Selectman Josh Shackford said he had met with Host Compliance and …

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Get Ready: July is Foodie Month | Local News

From Ambler to Ardmore and Pottstown to the King of Prussia, there is no shortage of good restaurants in Montgomery Country. Or drinks. And to help restaurants, distilleries, breweries and wineries recover from the pandemic, the Valley Forge Tourism and Convention Council has dubbed July “Montco Crave Month”. Throughout the …

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The symbolism of the Hong Kong Apple Daily

Analysis by Stephen Collinson, Jenni Marsh and Caitlin Hu, CNN Jimmy Lai fled mainland China over 60 years ago, sneaking into Hong Kong on a fishing boat at the age of 12 to escape the chaos of the Communist Party. This week, Beijing finally caught up with him, after a …

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Shop Local, Eat Local & Read Local | Daily Editorial

As we continue to emerge from the pandemic, there is a sense of relief and optimism that things will return to normal. The long-awaited family reunions, birthdays and graduation ceremonies are finally happening in person. Sporting events have fans in the stands, airports are busy and we are all recovering …

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Local teenager wins vaccine scholarship | Local News

Oneonta teenager Jordan Gallusser was named one of New York State’s “Get a Shot to Make Your Future” incentive winners on Thursday. “It’s just a blessing,” her father, Jeffrey Gallusser, told The Daily Star. “It’s something we weren’t expecting, but we are very grateful.” Winners receive a full scholarship to …

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